2016 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship

The 2016 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship was the 15th edition of the Women's U-20 European basketball championship. 16 teams participated in the competition, which was played in Matosinhos, Portugal, from 9 to 17 July 2016.

2016 EuroBasket Under-20
for Women
15th FIBA European Under-20 Women's
Basketball Championship
2016 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women.png
Tournament details
Host nation Portugal
Dates9 – 17 July 2016
Teams16 
(from 1 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Spain
(6th title)
MVPItaly Cecilia Zandalasini
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Italy Zandalasini (22.0) Spain (70.6)
Rebounds Russia Musina (12.6) Russia (44.3)
Assists Netherlands Cornelius (5.0) Spain (14.4)
Official website
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Spain won their sixth gold in the competition history, beating Italy in the final 71–69.[1]

VenuesEdit

Participating teamsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

In this round, the 16 teams are allocated in four groups of four teams each. All teams advance to the playoff round of 16.[2]

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Spain 3 2 1 209 149 +60 5
2   Portugal 3 2 1 232 204 +28 5
3   Poland 3 2 1 179 183 −4 5
4   Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 0 3 169 253 −84 3
Source: FIBA.com
9 July 2016
Spain   56–36   Poland
Scoring by quarter: 14-8, 12-10, 14-8, 16-10
9 July 2016
Bosnia and Herzegovina   67–94   Portugal
Scoring by quarter: 21-21, 10-25, 20-19, 16-29

10 July 2016
Poland   66–53   Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 25-11, 12-14, 14-12, 15-16
10 July 2016
Portugal   64–60   Spain
Scoring by quarter: 13-10, 2-19, 21-12, 28-19

12 July 2016
Spain   93–49   Bosnia and Herzegovina
Scoring by quarter: 23-15, 21-14, 27-11, 22-9
12 July 2016
Portugal   74–77   Poland
Scoring by quarter: 16-14, 21-15, 13-31, 24-17

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Italy 3 3 0 189 151 +38 6
2   Germany 3 2 1 186 182 +4 5
3   Serbia 3 1 2 175 183 −8 4
4   Sweden 3 0 3 168 202 −34 3
Source: FIBA.com
9 July 2016
Germany   54–61   Italy
Scoring by quarter: 15-21, 15-11, 9-17, 15-12
9 July 2016
Serbia   73–52   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 13-23, 20-15, 24-4, 16-10

10 July 2016
Italy   68–41   Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 19-12, 20-8, 9-10, 20-11
10 July 2016
Sweden   60–69   Germany
Scoring by quarter: 19-19, 4-18, 14-13, 23-19

12 July 2016
Serbia   61–63   Germany
Scoring by quarter: 11-25, 12-10, 20-14, 18-14
12 July 2016
Italy   60–56   Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 18-11, 15-14, 16-16, 11-15

Group CEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   France 3 3 0 187 151 +36 6
2   Greece 3 1 2 218 214 +4 4
3   Latvia 3 1 2 187 190 −3 4
4   Netherlands 3 1 2 177 214 −37 4
Source: FIBA.com
9 July 2016
Latvia   49–56   Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 7-17, 14-10, 17-12, 11-17
9 July 2016
France   55–51   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 10-13, 20-15, 15-13, 10-10

10 July 2016
Netherlands   41–65   France
Scoring by quarter: 11-20, 12-16, 9-11, 9-18
10 July 2016
Greece   67–79   Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 17-15, 11-23, 16-18, 23-23

12 July 2016
France   67–59   Latvia
Scoring by quarter: 20-20, 12-18, 20-8, 15-13
12 July 2016
Netherlands   80–100   Greece
Scoring by quarter: 28-22, 16-23, 17-24, 19-31

Group DEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Russia 3 3 0 204 165 +39 6
2   Slovakia 3 2 1 161 157 +4 5
3   Belgium 3 1 2 158 164 −6 4
4   Turkey 3 0 3 154 191 −37 3
Source: FIBA.com
9 July 2016
Russia   71–56   Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 22-13, 17-16, 16-19, 16-8
9 July 2016
Slovakia   51–39   Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 10-5, 10-8, 15-6, 16-20

10 July 2016
Belgium   59–67   Russia
Scoring by quarter: 10-9, 18-24, 22-19, 9-15
10 July 2016
Turkey   52–60   Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 15-9, 9-15, 7-20, 21-16

12 July 2016
Russia   66–50   Slovakia
Scoring by quarter: 16-10, 22-13, 14-20, 14-7
12 July 2016
Belgium   60–46   Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 15-14, 14-6, 14-17, 17-9

Final roundEdit

BracketEdit

 
Round of 16QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
              
 
13 July
 
 
  Spain79
 
15 July
 
  Sweden53
 
  Spain58
 
13 July
 
  Belgium50
 
  Greece58
 
16 July
 
  Belgium62
 
  Spain77
 
13 July
 
  Russia61
 
  Germany47
 
15 July
 
  Poland63
 
  Poland55
 
13 July
 
  Russia68
 
  Russia81
 
17 July
 
  Netherlands70
 
  Spain71
 
13 July
 
  Italy69
 
  Portugal52
 
15 July
 
  Serbia63
 
  Serbia73
 
13 July
 
  France66
 
  France66
 
16 July
 
  Turkey61
 
  Serbia60
 
13 July
 
  Italy63 Third place
 
  Italy76
 
15 July17 July
 
  Bosnia and Herzegovina69
 
  Italy61  Russia78
 
13 July
 
  Latvia54   Serbia72
 
  Slovakia42
 
 
  Latvia61
 

ClassificationEdit

5–8th classificationEdit

 
5–8th place semifinalsFifth place
 
      
 
16 July
 
 
  Belgium75
 
17 July
 
  Poland40
 
  Belgium70
 
16 July
 
  France69
 
  France67
 
 
  Latvia59
 
Seventh place
 
 
17 July
 
 
  Poland67
 
 
  Latvia72

9–16th classificationEdit

 
9–16th place quarterfinals9–12th place semifinalsNinth place
 
          
 
15 July
 
 
  Sweden63
 
16 July
 
  Greece58
 
  Sweden58
 
15 July
 
  Netherlands62
 
  Germany54
 
17 July
 
  Netherlands77
 
  Netherlands66
 
15 July
 
  Portugal61
 
  Portugal50
 
16 July
 
  Turkey48
 
  Portugal67
 
15 July
 
  Bosnia and Herzegovina47 Eleventh place
 
  Bosnia and Herzegovina73
 
17 July
 
  Slovakia65
 
  Sweden61
 
 
  Bosnia and Herzegovina80
 
 
13–16th place semifinals13th place
 
      
 
16 July
 
 
  Greece52
 
17 July
 
  Germany47
 
  Greece65
 
16 July
 
  Turkey67
 
  Turkey62
 
 
  Slovakia59
 
15th place
 
 
17 July
 
 
  Germany37
 
 
  Slovakia52

Final standingsEdit

Team relegated to 2017 European U-20 Division B
Rank Team Record
    Spain 6–1
    Italy 6–1
    Russia 6–1
4th   Serbia 3–4
5th   Belgium 4–3
6th   France 5–2
7th   Latvia 3–4
8th   Poland 3–4
9th   Netherlands 4–3
10th   Portugal 4–3
11th   Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–5
12th   Sweden 1–6
13th   Turkey 2–5
14th   Greece 2–5
15th   Slovakia 3–4
16th   Germany 2–5

AwardsEdit

Most Valuable Player
  Cecilia Zandalasini

All-Tournament TeamEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Spain continue to dominate FIBA U20 Women's European Championship". FIBA.com. 17 July 2016. Retrieved 17 July 2016.
  2. ^ Competition system

External linksEdit